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SHIPS PASSENGER LISTS
Palatines imported in the Ship Lydia, Jas Allan, Comr. December 11, 1739
[List 74 A] A List of Men Imported on the Lydia, Jas Allan, Comr. [Qualified December 11, 1739.]Hans Jacob Houser 23
Rodick Frick 30
Johannes Frick 19
Andreas Crook 45
Hans Jacob Frie 30
Ulrick Spinder 23
Hendrick Seeds 28
Hendrick Seeds, Junr 28
Hans Jacob Croop 30
Johannes Laypert 21
Barthol Rodolphus Barr 20
Johannes Webber 20
Hendk Hober 40
Hendrick Croop 33
Caspar Frick 30
Johanes Hakie 19
Hans Ulrick Weber 20
Hans Barr 29
Hendk Barr 20
Hendrick Bone 30
Johannes Reytenaar 40
Johannes Reytenaar, Junr 16
Conraadt Frum 36
Erasmus Hammand, in Nancey 29
Philadelphia December 11th 1739.
Sworn that the within is a true and compleat list of the Male Palatines imported in the Ship Lydia, to the best of knowledge, of the Ages of Sixteen Years and upwards. Jas Allan.
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